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in both walnut creek and oakland. this particular location is a historic 1907 building, beautiful building, right on the edge of union square about a half a block from bart. and about a half a block from market and the new show place that is going in at market and mason. we are opening basically what we hope will be a world class beer cafe with a type 42 license and there will be 40 rotating of the world's finest beer and 500 labels of the world's finest beers from 20 countries. it will have three zones of temperatures to make sure that each of these beers is given to the customer at the exact perfect temperature to enhance the flavor. this project will create between 25 and 30 jobs. the building itself was the old polos hof brow since 1907 was a san francisco institution. that particular place closed almost 20 years ago and there was a period for about two or three years where there was a nightclub in that particular location, which failed. but, it has been basically a 75-foot black hole on mason street and this this owner is not -- he is in for the long haul. he is a partner in the build
this morning after they were shot in oakland. it happened last night around 8:30 p.m.. police responded to the area of 66 avenue and international boulevard where they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds. the two men were then taken to the hospital where they are listed in stable condition this morning. >> milpitas police arrested a man in connection with the bank robbery earlier this month. 32 year-old hunter thompson is suspected of robbing a chase bank on north milpitas boulevard on march the ninth. police say that thompson allegedly walked into the bank with a gun and handed a bank teller a demand note. the teller handed over cash in the suspect fled. police said that thomson also may be responsible for bank robberies in san francisco, redwood city and palo alto. >> napa police are investigating whether a man who died after being found and often flames on a pedestrian overpass was the victim of a homicide or committed suicide. motorists on highway 29 contacted authorities just before 4:00 a.m. to set morning to report a man on fire. the man was pronounced dead at the scene.
. 57 in mountain view. upper '40's and hayward. visibility shows a dense fog for oakland and half moon bay. drive with caution. be mindful of the cars in front of you. >> future cast 4 tracking temperatures by 12:00 p.m. mainly in the '60s. we will see partly cloudy skies by 2:00 p.m.. we are holding on to the '60s as we head into 8:00 p.m. tonight. temperatures will drop back down into the 50s. >> a closer look at your afternoon high. plenteous '60s. like yesterday we had a slight potential for a pop of shower. it will be like in nature the shower chances will taper off into the evening hours. fairfield reaching 66. 61 for a downtown tavern to go. upper 50s for daly city. taking a look at satellite and radar we have shower activity to our south. mainly impacting monterey. we have cloud cover streaming in of the bay area. >> your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows wet weather on the calendar. saturday into sunday night we are tracking a system approach in the gulf of alaska. this is a slow- moving system although temperatures will not be too cool and bring organized rain to the
will acknowledge theresa who works on my staff as chronic absteism and involved with the oakland school district and i partner with tony smith and this man brought innovation to the oakland school district which has a lot of challenges which he may go into. i won't. so i really echo what jeff said about soft or hard power but let me tell you from my standpoint. i have a nephew who was in school and was bullied and there were sexual overtones to it and the result is he left the school and i spent time working with the school and my district and it wasn't my area and educate them about what bullying meant and in the most heinous way described to them and it went no where and that gave me the lesson in life we have children that are in fear when they go to school so they don't go and my priority is to have safe schools and they can be educated and create their path to a successful future and it's a healthy environment and bullying prevents that for so many kids. when terreesa and i addressed issues around truancies and one of the common themes and i saw this before with sexually exploited cases
months ended in fatalities. >> two men are recovering this morning after they were shot in oakland. it happened last night around 8:03 p.m.. police responded to the area 65th street avenue and international boulevard where they found two men suffering from gunshot wounds. off two men were then taken to the hospital where they're listed in stable condition. >> milpitas police arrested a man in connection with a bank robbery earlier this month. 32 year old hunter thompson is suspect and robbing a bank on north milpitas boulevard on march the ninth. police say that thompson allegedly walked into the bank with a gun in hand a bank teller a demanding note. off the teller hand over cash in the suspect fled. police said that thomson also may be responsible for other bank robbers in san francisco, redwood city and paul toll. >> napa police are investigating whether a man who died after being found in got in flames on a pedestrian overpass was the victim of a homicide or committed suicide. motorists on highway 29 contact the accord is just before 4:00 a.m. tuesday morning to report a man o
a look at the lows, 56 in west oakland, concord 54, 57 in mountain view and it is really mild and we are starting off mild and starting off with rain, santa cruz mountains had a couple of locations and there have been some areas back over to oakland, you can see rye yes vista, some missty and conditions and mainly we get this coming up on the southwest so it is a mild system and i am looking at the system, very warm breezy, we have the possibility much some rain, mostly cloudy, light rain in the morning and clouds and muggy conditions, warm mild pattern and sunday looks like the best opportunity for rain, humid tropical feel everything is coming up from the midwest, 60s to lower 70s and we will hold off on that until tomorrow when that low gets closer, breezy warm, possible rain on sunday, showers, clearing on monday. >>> thank you steve, 6:10 is the time right now. massive water took out a home and what they are doing to stop other homes from going over the edge. >>> and we have more information on mark zuckerman. >>> and they are -- zuckerberg. well, well, well. growing up, we didn
and take a look at the lows, 56 in west oakland, concord 54, 57 in mountain view and it is really mild and we are starting off mild and starting off with rain, santa cruz mountains had a couple of locations and there have been some areas back over to oakland, you can see rye yes vista, some missty and conditions and mainly we get this coming up on the southwest so it is a mild system and i am looking at the system, very warm breezy, we have the possibility much some rain, mostly cloudy, light rain in the morning and clouds and muggy conditions, warm mild pattern and sunday looks like the best opportunity for rain, humid tropical feel everything is coming up from the midwest, 60s to lower 70s and we will hold off on that until tomorrow when that low gets closer, breezy warm, possible rain on sunday, showers, clearing on monday. >>> thank you steve, 6:10 is the time right now. massive water took out a home and what they are doing to stop other homes from going over the edge. >>> and we have more information on mark zuckerman. >>> and they are -- zuckerbe
steered clear of trouble in this oakland neighborhood. >> it's a tough situation. >> reporter: a successful businessman touched by the 9/11 attack, he joined the military. >> i'm not doing it for the money or career. i wanted to contribute. >> reporter: his god mother is barbara. >> there's a heart felt feeling what's going on in oakland. >> reporter: a man true to his roots with a message to the youth who live here. >> the thing i would say is to keep dreaming. i think these kids dream enough. they're limited by what they see around them in the neighborhood. there's a big world out there. >> reporter: he's battled in it, kuwait, iraq and afghanistan and now back home in the arms of his family. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the big scissors came out today. [technical difficulties] its president says staying in san jose was a no brainer. >> we've been here in san jose for 20 plus years. we think san jose got a better infrastructure to support manufacturing than any other silicone valley cities. >> manufacturing is making a comeback in the valley as high- tech companies realize t
it in a big way here in the bay area thanks to the leadership in this community. yep and oakland and all over. it's just awesome and in cleveland and right now we have 13,000 students across the basin in salt lake city are seeing it, and does have impact and the impact is largely i would say it creates a sense of agreement. the biggest thing that bully does or the big service the film has is gives everyone a unified collective science of agreement to which they roll up the sleeves and get busy creating change and has been really exciting. i building we already i believe kroshed the threshold of 140,000 students nationwide and we are working to get to the million and the idea is a million is a tipping point . a million kids in america. that's like one in ten basically in public schools. that gets embedded so over time every september schools are starting with that method to have that agreement, and along the way we're also trying to deliver youth action and educate ideas and teach the schools and districts about social emotional learning because after they see the film they want to know
's in san francisco tonight and tomorrow night. the series will then switch to the oakland colisieum on saturday afternoon. giants start the season on monday taking on the dodgers in los angeles. the a's will be at home hosting seattle on monday night. >> fans can delight in some new food at at&t ball park. wayne gives us a taste of some of the new additions. >> a sign of the promises season: arrival of heavy metal on wheels, cars shipped in from spring training and the field that makes you hungry for something like this? it is a sushi burrito. a tasty sushi burrito. >> in fact, most everyone here was eating as the world series champions put out a world-class spread of major league food. all kinds. do you remember how the giants accidentally spilled so much of the mum duffle the championship run? it is here and available this season. the for stuff is $140 a bottle. they ored us some. we are not allowed to bring it on television, that is fcc law, did you know that? >> it smells good. >> absolutely. >> look at her. taste good too. didn't see a thing, did new. >> no. >> also, red and wh
. and they are starting against the oakland a's. yesterday they unveiled some of the giant's fans they will see at the park this season and of course the trophies will be on display and there will also be plenty of events for the king of rock 'n' roll and they will host an elvis presley night in september. ken wayne will definitely be there for that. >> he certainly is. he has a big x on his calendar for that. >> i'm sure. >>> good morning, let's take a look at what we have. traffic is doing well around the bay area, no major problems although it is raining, give yourself plenty of extra time. also the commute is looking good on 280 getting up to highway 17 and there are no major problems and the traffic looks pretty good. i want to mention, we have an update on the story we first brought you as breaking news, a seven-year-old girl is facing extensive surgery after she and her grandmother were hit by a garbage truck while moving onto the embarcadero. the driver did stop and is cooperating. >>> light rain, light drizzle, extends coast bay inland and we will have measurable amounts and it is enha
. standard at citibank. >> novato, oakland, sunnyvale, and all the bay area, this is abc7 news. >> good thursday morning. it is 5:12. it looks dreamy in this live picture of the golden gate bridge with traffic and cars headed toward the toll plazas that are not manned by anyone. all electronic now. second full morning of this. going well so far. as for the clouds and the sprinkles out there we are check ing with lisa argen and talk to our new traffic reporter, leyla gulen. >> one letter difference between dreamy and dreary. >> judge will consider a change of venue request from the attorney for a teenage accused of stealing a fancy car saying he cannot get a fair trial because of all of the publicity. he is accused of stealing a celebrity's chefs sports car to impress a girl and trying to kill the girl and her boyfriend. the attorney says that extensive media coverage of the case could taint the jury pool and wants the two cases tried separately. >> los angeles police are searching if two men who forcibly kidnapped a 10-year old girl from her bedroom. yesterday morning. she was found mor
in oakland, and most 60's in san francisco, and temperatures are near 70 in san jose and morgan hill and we have been if this moist air mass which stays with us today and we are looking at changes tomorrow. leyla gulen is here with a look at our commute. hopefully it will be quiet. >> not too quiet. it was kauai busy this morning and still busy. in union city we have an overturned vehicle along southbound 880, with very heavy backups. the backups are from 92 so give yourself plenty of extra time. we have another accident in the eastbound lane, not so much in the westbound, but eastbound 580, there is one lane blocked because of a bumper to bumper situation into dublin/pleasanton area. a look at the metering lights that are on, on the bay bridge and it is looking slow into san francisco. >> welcome, leyla. >> a judge in san rafael will consider a change of venue request from the attorney for a teenager accused of stealing a lamborghini and attempting to kill two people. the attorney for the 18-year-old says his client cannot get a fair trial in marin county because of all the publicity. he i
the coolest by far. 55 oakland. 55 hayward. and forecast mostly cloudy here. drizzle. light rain. the rain has been toward the santa cruz mountains. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. low spinning right there in the middle of your screen will send in a lot of clouds between now and sunday. sunday looks like the best bet for your rain. 60s to low 70s today. and i mean any sun and you will feel definitely a muggy pattern. breezy and very warm on friday. possibility of showers on saturday. but more likely rain moves in on sunday. >> thank you, steve. >>> it's 7:26. on highways to surface streets a wild chase through the south bay. what prompted police to pursue the four teenage suspects. >>> we're live in san jose where a woman is in the hospital and under arrest after she is shot by police. we'll tell you why and what serious charges she faces. >>> after round two of same sex marriage hearings, we are getting hints about how the justices are leading. we'll talk to washington insider jamie. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up in a van. [ women ] oh-awww. [ voice
by far. 55 oakland. 55 hayward. and forecast mostly cloudy here. drizzle. light rain. the rain has been toward the santa cruz mountains. partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. low spinning right there in the middle of your screen will send in a lot of clouds between now and sunday. sunday looks like the best bet for your rain. 60s to low 70s today. and i mean any sun and you will feel definitely a muggy pattern. breezy and very warm on friday. possibility of showers on saturday. but more likely rain moves in on sunday. >> thank you, steve. >>> it's 7:26. on highways to surface streets a wild chase through the south bay. what prompted police to pursue the four teenage suspects. >>> we're live in san jose where a woman is in the hospital and under arrest after she is shot by police. we'll tell you why and what serious charges she faces. >>> after round two of same sex marriage hearings, we are getting hints about how the justices are leading. we'll talk to washington insider jamie. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up
smith in oakland has an initiative that is dealing with not just things like restoretive justice alone but positive behavioral interventions and supports. couple that with response to intervention, whole school reform strategies that work on transforming the way the school is functioning and in so doing making it a more positive culture for everybody. it brings in parental engagement in families and it has the very tough conversations, in the case of oakland i know for sure, around things like race with an african american male focus in that community because it's appropriate for that community, and the way all these things link together. so certainly bullying and harassment is an avenue into transforming the way schools work. just like discipline is an avenue into transforming the way schools work, as is standards and good assessments, it is how all these things fit together to ensure that students feel safe to learn but that what they are learning are the rigorous courses and skills and they are challenged enough to stay in school, graduate, and meet our president's goal we're goin
, it looks good so far. 5:06 let's go to steve. >>> downtown oakland, some local drizzle around, light rain, not widespread, everybody says cloudy on the temperatures, occasionally some of rain shows up but it is below the radar beams so the radar does not pick it up but it is there. from the west southwest, that will give us a mild tropical field but if you can get some sun today, 50s on the lows and oakland really mild. starting to turn more south/southeast and that makes sense in the event of a low and still we have northerly components and some of that rain is being picked up by santa cruz mountains and you can see highway 17 and across the santa cruz coast and along highway 24, orinda and picking it up near the caldecott. 42 in tahoe and some temperatures have definitely been coming up and everybody is in on this mild air mass. we need the low to get over us to get the dynamics and it will cloud us up, morning rain for us, a light drizzle or mist, 60s to lower 70s, very mild, if you get sun, you can rocket passed these, breezy warm on friday, it looks like rain sunday, showers monday a
in downtown san jose, it looks good so far. 5:06 let's go to steve. >>> downtown oakland, some local drizzle around, light rain, not widespread, everybody says cloudy on the temperatures, occasionally some of rain shows up but it is below the radar beams so the radar does not pick it up but it is there. from the west southwest, that will give us a mild tropical field but if you can get some sun today, 50s on the lows and oakland really mild. starting to turn more south/southeast and that makes sense in the event of a low and still we have northerly components and some of that rain is being picked up by santa cruz mountains and you can see highway 17 and across the santa cruz coast and along highway 24, orinda and picking it up near the caldecott. 42 in tahoe and some temperatures have definitely been coming up and everybody is in on this mild air mass. we need the low to get over us to get the dynamics and it will cloud us up, morning rain for us, a light drizzle or mist, 60s to lower 70s, very mild, if you get sun, you can rocket passed these, breez
these highs like today's highs. tomorrow, a lot like today. 65 in oakland, 64 in hayward, 58 in pacificia. forecast highs in the valley, 67 in san jose, 70 in morgan hill and 70 in gill mer. the five-day forecast, the bay area weekend in view, lots of clouds and showers and sprinkles and as we get towards the week end, though, it firms up a little bit and i think showers are more likely on saturday night into sunday and that could allym late to a quarter of an inch. see you at 10:00. >> 10:00 it is. >>> a u.s. navy reservest is back home with his family after his latest tour of due the in afghanistan. loved ones greeted him with balloons, flags and big hugs this afternoon. the lieutenant grew up in oakland and lunched a successful career. after the september 11 terror attacks he said he joined the military to give back to his country and seen tours of duty in iraq and afghanistan. thank you for trusting us. we'll see you the next time news breaks. coverage continues with the 10:00 news tonight we're getting late word of a search that's underway right now after multiple vehicles were rid
llevaron a hospital . >> en oakland mujer que muere asesinada abalazo , recibió disparos por hombre afroamericano , esto en la 12 y peralta en el día causas en investigación . >> más policías en el vart de richmond por balacera de joven y otra víctima , dos oficiales patrullan en la hora pico , dicen que este alerta al caminar por la zona . >> el presidente barack obama se mostró confiado de propuestsa de reforma de migratoria en cosa de días pero el presidente barack obama no toca tema como programa de trabajadores con bajo nivel educativo , la casa blanca deja detalles a legisladores en el congreso tienen más apoyo republicanos que uno del presidente el presidente barack obama ira a méxico . >> ararnca campaña para mover a la comunidad latina para una reforma de migratoria . >> en temas que debe tener tenemos más información . >> republicanos , demócratas y líderes se unen en búsqueda de rmigra reforma de migratoria . >> no unimos en apoyar y vamos a poner una campaña por parte de nustras organizaciones par avanzar la reforma de migratoria este año importante que
for the morning commute. 54 degrees and oakland at 58 and it is 57 if san jose. here are the highlights, chance of sprinkles tomorrow. a brief warm up for your friday and then scattered showers are in the forecast for this holiday weekend. here is the pacific satellite picture. we have been seeing a lot of cloud cover and we will see mostly cloudy skies as we head into tomorrow. a couple of systems are still approaching a few sprinkles. you will see on the computer animation when you may see those drop. tonight could see a few drop, but as we head to 5:00 a.m., scattered in nature if we see any sprinkles for the thursday morning start. then in the afternoon it is more isolated in nature, but this is just the beginning. as you look at the computer animation and taking you to the weekend if you are making plans the area of low pressure will get closer to the coast. saturday afternoon looks like showers, and then sunday morning easter sunday, 6:00 a.m., sunrise services if you are heading there, carry your umbrellas, scats terred showers -- scattered showers for the morning and evening hours. the
and we have patchy fog around. give yourself some time for the morning commute. 54 degrees and oakland at 58 and it is 57 if san jose. here are the highlights, chance of sprinkles tomorrow. a brief warm up for your friday and then scattered showers are in the forecast for this holiday weekend. here is the pacific satellite picture. we have been seeing a lot of cloud cover and we will see mostly cloudy skies as we head into tomorrow. a couple of systems are still approaching a few sprinkles. you will see on the computer animation when you may see those drop. tonight could see a few drop, but as we head to 5:00 a.m., scattered in nature if we see any sprinkles for the thursday morning start. then in the afternoon it is more isolatedature, but nature,t this is just the beginning. as you look at the computer animation and taking you to the weekend if you are making plans the area of low pressure will get closer to the coast. saturday afternoon looks like showers, and then sunday morning easter sunday, 6:00 a.m., sunrise services if you are heading there, carry your umbrellas, scats terred
and oakland as have broken camp in arizona and are wrapping up spring training in the bay area. they will play their annual bay bridge series which begins tonight at at&t park. >>> "forbes" magazine is out showing the world series san francisco giants are now worth $787 million. that's a 22% jump from last year. it is in part due to attendance at at&t park which was around 3.5 million and the paying down of the debt on the ballpark which could be paid off by 2017. the oakland as saw the greatest jump in value. they are 46% to 468 million. according to "forbes" it's due to more than 30 million in revenue-sharing income from rival clubs and a 14% jump in home attendance last season. the yankees topped the list at 2.3 billion. the dodgers are second at 1.6 billion, boston red sox are third, chicago cubs fourth and the phillies round out the top five, most valuable teams. >>> today at 5:00 on the ktvu news, we're continuing to monitor this deadly crash on interstate 80 in davis that shut down traffic in both directions. the crash caused a big rig to burst into flames and we're working to find out
francisco and oakland mayors are will part of the coalition. at the same time, we are learning new details of the sandy hook elementary school shooter, 20-year-old and his life leading up to the december massacre. released search warrants showed he lived in a world of weapons. investigators searched his home and cars after he shot 20 schoolchildren and six educators. they found an arsenal of guns more than a thousand rounds of ammunition, swords, knives and the attack lasted less than five minutes before he killed himself. >> developing news from san francisco where right now authorities are investigating the discovery of a body on ocean beach. the park police, firefighters and the city medical examiner were called to ocean beach around 7:30 this morning. they say the body was found face down in the water. no word, yet, who the person was or the cause of death. >> san leandro authorities are vetting a hit-and-run accident that sent a woman to the hospital before immediate night in front of a mark on east 14th near 167th avenue. a "wall street journal" with a -- a woman walking with a cane
giants and oakland as have broken camp in arizona and are wrapping up spring training in the bay area. they will play their annual bay bridge series which begins tonight at at&t park. >>> "forbes" magazine is out showing the world series san francisco giants are now worth $787 million. that's a 22% jump from last year. it is in part due to attendance at at&t park which was around 3.5 million and the paying down of the debt on the ballpark which could be paid off by 2017. the oakland as saw the greatest jump in value. they are 46% to 468 million. according to "forbes" it's due to more than 30 million in revenue-sharing income from rival clubs and a 14% jump in home attendance last season. the yankees topped the list at 2.3 billion. the dodgers are second at 1.6 billion, boston red sox are third, chicago cubs fourth and the phillies round out the top five, most valuable teams. >>> today at 5:00 on the ktvu news, we're continuing to monitor this deadly crash on interstate 80 in davis that shut down traffic in both directions. the crash caused a big ri
placed on leave during the investigation. >>> developing news from east oakland tonight. police are investigating a double shooting on a busy corner of international boulevard. it happened about 90 minutes ago, just before 8:30, at 65th and international. police say two men were taken to the hospital. both are in stable condition. so far, we don't know about a motive. we did see officers canvassing the area for withins. they say they plan to check surveillance cameras for any additional evidence. the already high price tag of the new bay bridge is about to soar again after a safety inspection reviewed a major problem involving broken bolts. healther holements is live with the estimated cost of repairs, and what caltrain is saying about the opening of the bridge. >> reporter: ken, you can add 1 to $5 million to the cost of what is already the most expensive public works project in state history. officials have less than 6 months to try to fix this problem. take a look at the troubled issue discovered on the eastern span of the bridge. this is one of more than a dozen giant bolts
during the investigation. >>> developing news from east oakland tonight. police are investigating a double shooting on a busy corner of international boulevard. it happened about 90 minutes ago, just before 8:30, at 65th and international. police say two men were taken to the hospital. both are in stable condition. so far, we don't know about a motive. we did see officers canvassing the area for withins. they say they plan to check surveillance cameras for any additional evidence. the already high price tag of the new bay bridge is about to soar again after a safety inspection reviewed a major problem involving broken bolts. healther holements is live with the estimated cost of repairs, and what caltrain is saying about the opening of the bridge. >> reporter: ken, you can add 1 to $5 million to the cost of what is already the most expensive public works project in state history. officials have less than 6 months to try to fix this problem. take a look at the troubled issue discovered on the eastern span of the bridge. this is one of more than a dozen giant bolts that have snapped.
. sanchez says with the help from his parents he steered clear of trouble in this oakland neighborhood. >> it's a tough situation. >> reporter: a successful businessman touched by the 9/11 attack, he joined the military. >> i'm not doing it for the money or career. i wanted to contribute. >> reporter: his god mother is barbara. >> there's a heart felt feeling what's going on in oakland. >> reporter: a man true to his roots with a message to the youth who live here. >> the thing i would say is to keep dreaming. i think these kids dream enough. they're limited by what they see around them in the neighborhood. there's a big world out there. >> reporter: he's battled in it, kuwait, iraq and afghanistan and now back home in the arms of his family. ktvu channel 2 news. >>> the big scissors came out today. [technical difficulties] its president says staying in san jose was a no brainer. >> we've been here in san jose for 20 plus years. we think san jose got a better infrastructure to support manufacturing than any other silicone valley cities. >>
night ex hibitin against the oakland a's, the team's top brass took some time to share what's in store for the 2013 season from promotions to some of the new food items on tap and the experience the ballpark will be part of a year long celebration with the world champs. >> you get to the winter months, you can't wait to get together again and now i think it's really true. we have a game here tomorrow night. opening day is right around the corner. fans can't wait to get back into the ballpark, see their favorite players again and start enjoying baseball. >> reporter: one of the predominant themes will be how giants fans are part of what's brought two world series titles to the bay area in the past three seasons. >> it really is a symbolic thing. you can't be successful without fan support. that gives us the resources to get the players. the players then, when the fans are here, they have a feeling in this ballpark that's very special event. >> reporter: with the giants and the lead up to the home opener friday, april the 5th, i'm laurence scott. >>> now on this friday night you can watc
of the americans cups or does not have to raid the oakland warriors so if you're going to argue about dollars-and-cents i think item 6 is a lot of higher and i'd like to publically for the record question the aggressive kwaeg that's occurring tonight and i'd like to know whether that same aggressive questioning when the firemen and police men talk their salary and we won't have to be here to late >> any other members of the public? public comment is closed. >> mr. chair i'd like to recommend or move the recommendation of the budget. >> we have a motion to easement the budget analysis recommendation and we can do that without opposition anything else? and to me this is i'd like to move this item forward with the remedies from this committee. >> ongoing colleagues if there aren't any other motions i'm going to request a role call on this motion and on this motion alters amended? >> (calling names). the motion passes. okay. the motion passes. mr. clerk do we have any other items? okay. we are adjourned after 7 and a half >> the weekly buzz, it is the last week of march mark your calend
some time for the morning commute. 54 degrees and oakland at 58 and it is 57 if san jose. here are the highlights, chance of sprinkles tomorrow. a brief warm up for your friday and then scattered showers are in the forecast for this holiday weekend. here is the pacific satellite picture. we have been seeing a lot of cloud cover and we will see mostly cloudy skies as we head into tomorrow. a couple of systems are still approaching a few sprinkles. you will see on the computer animation when you may see those drop. tonight could see a few drop, but as we head to 5:00 a.m., scattered in nature if we see any sprinkles for the thursday morning start. then in the afternoon it is more isolated in nature, but this is just the beginning. as you look at the computer animation and taking you to the weekend if you are making plans the area of lowressure will get closer to the coast. saturday afternoon looks like showers, and then sunday morning easter sunday, 6:00 a.m., sunrise services if you are heading there, carry your umbrellas, scats terred showers -- scattered showers for the mornin
in oakland. in these positions she advocated for public school students in california, focusing on achievement and opportunity gaps, improving can urriculum and instructional quality and ensuring quality education for everybody. she served as an advisor on education issues on a number of private ipbs institutions, she is a teacher, a lawyer, and a very influential voice on all policy matters. she was also passionate about ending this issue of bullying and bringing everyone together to stop this disturbing trend so please welcome assistant secretary for civil rights, ruslyn lee. as i said, our moderator is not always our lieutenant governor, of course he needs to introduction -- no, i get to say something. i get to say something. as everyone in this room knows, youngest mayor in 100 years, right? youngest mayor in 100 years when he was elected 10 years ago and he has remained an effective and visionary leader for everyone. mayor newsom gained worldwide recognition when he granted marriage licenses to same sex couples in 2004. we all remember those moving pictures of smiling
, oakland. 63 in santa cruz. lots of blue skies there. temperatures looking at another locations 61 degrees in santa rosa. 67 napa. and these are the features this evening, skies will be mostly cloudy later into evening. mild, temperatures into 50s. those clouds hold throughout tomorrow morning but will turn off into afternoon hours giving us a mild day tomorrow.÷ú what does the weekend told? i'll answer that question in just a few minutes. >> spencer, thank you. we'll see you then. >> still ahead legal problems already facing the new jersey man who won one of the biggest power ball jackpots of all time. >> checking out newest member of the san francisco skoo. lucky people who get to name her. then, at 4:30. >> you're looking at the all solar aircraft going to be making a cross country tour. the story is coming up. >> and thursday evening commute is just getting underway. cars moving >>> the new jersey man who won the power ball jackpot owes 29,000s ndz child support. it comes out to $152 kblinl after taxesç. he has five kids ages 5-23. the sheriff's department says he's subject to arre
. they host the oakland a's. the giants execs spent timesharing what is in store for the season. it that includes new food at the ballpark. officials say it's just a taste of the yearlong celebration set for the fans of the world championship giants. >> when you get to the winter months, you can't wait to get together again, and it's really truly, we have a game here tomorrow night. opening day is right around the corner. fans can't wait to get in the ballpark, smell the garlic fries and start enjoying baseball. >> no, they can't. tomorrow night's game starts at 7:15. friday night's game can be seen here on nbc bay area. the proud broadcast home of the world champion giants. >> that has a nice ring to it. >> it sounded like thunder and created a path of destruction. >> and then predicting cancer risks earlier. a new discovery to prove the way doctors treat all types of diseases plus -- >> we don't always get to put smiles on people's faces when they see us. it's nice to put a smile on their face when they see us coming through the door. >> a mission to save a life and make a sic
in marin county tonight. doctors at children's hospital oakland removed this 20-inch cross bow arrow from na dean harrison's leg. she was hit yesterday while playing on a model whale. now, in order to stay calm nay dean sang taylor sweft songs to hearst. the archer still has not been found. >>> new evidence shows your genes can help identify whether you are likely to get cancer. marly hal explains how this could be vital in preventing that disease. >> harden never thought she was get breast cancer. >> i had a breast sonogram and that's when they found that i had stage 0 cancer. >> the 42 -year-old didn't have a history of the disease in her family. >> no one could explain to me why i was getting cancer, if genetically, you know, i wasn't set up. >> now, new research may be able to help identify people who are at increased risk for cancer before they get it. scientists from around the globe uncovered genes that could increase a person's chances of developing breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. >> it's all about predicting who might get cancer and avoiding the disease if at all possible. t
the bay bridge lots of clouds. 63 across the bay in oakland. 64 in san jose. another live view from our east bay camera, and it's just going to pop in there. maybe not. but temperatures are there. santa rosa, 57 degrees now. 60 in napa. 62 fairfield. we'll continue to see spotty showers throughout night tonight and into afternoon tomorrow. we'll have a warm up friday. high temperatures into mid-70s inland locations there is a good chance of scattered showers throughout the weekend. both weekend days. pacific satellite shows a stream of clouds and weak disturbances moving towards the bay area continuing. so mostly cloudy skies with a chance of spotty showers tonight and tomorrow before getting a break friday. now starting at 7:00 this evening, will be cloudy at that hour. during overnight hours looking for areas of light spotty showers which means there may be wet spots about the bay area for the commute beginning at 5:00 a.m. we don't expect wide spread rainfall. then noorks afternoon hours maybe more breaks of sunshine. and more clouds and shower activities. showing you this low pressu
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breaks in that, but it's thickened up near oakland. it's more of a high fog in downtown san francisco. you head to the golden gate bridge and we're socked in with cloud cover. you only can see a few hundred feet in front of you. drivers have their windshield wipers on, with a little bit of moisture getting squeezed out. for tomorrow morning, we'll see a few chances of scattered showers. widespread cloud cover for everyone at 5:00, 6:00, and 7:00 in the morning. as we head throughout the morning hours, we're not going to see much in the way of clearing here at 11:00 a.m., it's cloudy. we'll get a few breaks of sun, back to the trivalley, in the silicon valley and the peninsula, it looks clouded in here at the coastline and also for the north bay. with the cloud cover in place, we'll hold temperatures in the mid to upper 40s for most of the bay, not too bad of a start, by the afternoon, daytime highs will be topping out very similar to today. we're not going to see too many changes in the upper level atmosphere, that will mean san jose will go with a high of 68. walnut creek close to 70
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at that cloud cover. you're looking at oakland off in the distance. on the right, you can see the civic center tower standing there. meteorologist christina loren is tracking that forecast for us. >>> the world's first solar airplane that can fly throughout the night without ever refueling will soon be lifting off from the bay area. nbc bay area's bob redell is live at moffett field now with the latest for us. bob, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, marla. we're inside hangar 2 here at moffett field which is right now temporarily home to -- you're looking at it -- that solar impulse. you can see the news conference is still going on. it's a solar-powered airplane with the weight of a car and the wingspan of a 747. wingspan of over 200 feet. on top of that wing are 12,000 cells which power this plane's four propellers allowing it to fly nonstop without refueling. this will morning, the swiss team behind the prong announced it will be flying across the country leaving here, moffett field, heading to new york city. they tell us the plane could do that trip nonstop. it's already flown 26 hou
expected for tomorrow. temperatures not that bad. portions of the inland valleys. 60s in oakland and 50's closer to the coast. it will stay mild but it will be mostly cloudy tonight. the chance of spotty showers and those are mainly for the north bay. more widespread rainfall for this weekend. >> pam: and a quick check on the wednesday commute traffic. ahead of the stormy. you are looking live from the golden gate, bay and san mateo bridges. no major problems to report right now -- we'll keep an eye on the commute throughout tonight's newscast. coming oup coming up. the accused mass murderer in the colorado apparently looking to make a deal with prosecutors. what james holmes wants in exchange for a guilty plea. a local 49er fan ripped off tickets. service for people around we'll tell you how it happened - the news at five [ teen ] times are good, aren't they, kids? it's nice having u-verse, isn't it? see back in my day, we didn't have these newfangled wireless receivers. fangled? no, we watched march madness in the living room... that's where the tv outlet was. what is he talking about?
and vermont. a lot of these in oakland and berkeley. also a professorial car. >> it is. a lot of college professors and engineers, doctors. liz: a different style of follow because that was always what the professor dr. karp. >> it is. we get a lot of cross sales with volvo. liz: this is available in the fourth quarter. >> the fourth quarter of this year. >> who would love to. thank you. liz: i love it. not going to miss that color. thank you very much. sure your bracelet. what is this? this gets you in? >> this is our goal and objective. we put this down every year. a little bracelet. it's a says, there are two years. our fiscal year. more spending. liz: showed. >> great expectations because that was our key for this year, great expectations. and then for this year our theme is break a leg, so we're trying to break away from the competition. liz: that is so oregon. liz: this is our year. subaru president and ceo of. we're 34 minutes to go year. finally opened in cyprus after a week filled with more delays. all the regulations putting citizens on edge. they have been pretty well ba up un
with showers in the forecast, 70 degrees for livermore. 62, san francisco. 67 degrees in oakland. getting into saturday, our rain chances ramp up. a few thunderstorms in the forecast for easter morning. weather. matt? >> thanks very much. >>> coming up, you can't find a comb, well, why not print one? the remarkable things you can do with the 3d printer. >>> and then the little girl who may have the world's best laugh. >>> but first, these messages. so let's break down this play. charles? uh, charles couldn't make it. his single miles card blacked him out here and here. he should have used... the capital one venture card. he's coming to us from home. hey fellas... hey baby, you want mama to iron your undies? nice tightie whities. i didn't know mrs. barkley made quilts. really? looks like a circus tent. is that the best you got? now if you put this, with this, you have a sailboat. what's in your wallet? you have a sailboat. listen up. each year hundreds of promising research studies go unfunded. for breast cancer. for lung cancer. every cancer. the american cancer society has been behind ne
do it well. it's sort of -- you know, as you see in baseball, the oakland a's with money ball. they didn't win the world series in the year of that book and movie and they vice president since. although, you know, it probably makes them perform better than they would otherwise. so it's no guarantee of success. but if you do it well, you tend tovnt in almost every case there is a slight performance advantage. >> the company i was thinking of was the gary loveman example at cesar's where he was using the data in making a bid for macau and probably decided not to probably for the wrong reasons. >> that is true. and he admits it's the biggest mistake of his career as a ceo. but on the other hand -- >> what's the back story there? he was looking at what -- what numbers was he looking at that he misinterpreted? >> well, yeah, you know, this was classic financial analysis. they were looking at buying a gaming license in macau and macau wanted 900 million. and all of the financial analysis suggested that the most it was worth would be about 500 million. now he figures it was probably
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